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Frame Relay Switching

Let us consider the following setup wherein router-B is acting like a pure Frame Relay Switch.

Router-A connects to router-B. Router-B is connected to Router-C and also to Router-D.

For simplicity, let us assume there is no ip in the entire network and I am asking the following question from VoFR point of view. Let us assume a DLCI-100 for voice starts from router-A.When it reaches router-B, I want to switch this DLCI toward router-C. But if router-C is down, I want this DLCI to be switched to router-D. What I want to know is how to I configure multiple paths for the same DLCI.

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Re: Frame Relay Switching

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Re: Frame Relay Switching

I don't know the answer for this either unless there is IP running to bring up back up paths.

Someone from MCI/SPRINT/AT&T Frame side of the house might know?

Any takers, or is the question not a 'router' question, but a Frame-Relay switch question?

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